HD Forum Italia Conference 2016
October 6th-7th Media Center San Pio X, Città del Vaticano
HD Forum Italia Conference - October 6th
“Passing through: communication and technology beyond frontiers” is the topic of the annual HD Forum Italia Conference organized in partnership with the Secretariat for Communication of the Holy See. Passing through is the concept that links past and future, by taking into account a decade of evolution involving technological and market scenarios, comparison with international bodies and institutions, creation of working groups of supranational profiles, the realization of the HD Book collection that gathers the Italian specifications for broadband and broadcast television. The HD Forum Italia event will attract leading representatives of the world’s technological communities – focusing on models of production and on latest scientific and technical solutions in the field of broadcasting and reception of the television signal. The Conference will celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the HDFI Association, offering important topics of discussion, starting from the experience of the Vatican Television Center in the field.
SMPTE Seminar - October 7th
SMPTE will organize its 8th edition of the Italian Section Seminar on emerging standards (such as HDR, WCG and HFR) at the heart of the growing progress of Ultra HD TV – in the frame of the HD Forum Italia Conference. Established in 1916, SMPTE (Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers) - a professional membership association – is the preeminent leader in the advancement of the art, science and craft of the image, sound and metadata ecosystem, worldwide. While HD Forum Italia is celebrating its decade, SMPTE is celebrating its Centennial: a unique opportunity to celebrate the achievements of both Associations and to discuss about the projects of the near future especially concerning the high definition imaging in UHD – the standards of which were attentively assisted in the international domain by SMPTE, with the contribution of HD Forum Italia.